I Know I am Loved

There are days where I say to myself, “Man, I am not making a difference, no one cares.” It is a pity party that I don’t invite anyone to. I am no different then anyone else. We all have our moments of doubt.

But when something happens that is colossal and meaningful, you quickly find out that you are loved and needed on this planet. My mother’s death was the wake up moment for me. That moment that has made me refuse to think “Woe is me..,” anymore.

The outpouring of love and support was overwhelming to my family and myself. People I have never met wrote to thank me for my blog.  People I have not seen in 30 years sent love and support.  People I didn’t think cared, showed they did.

I had to stop counting but in excess of 500 notes, cards, letters, emails, donations and phone calls came in. Each of them expressing in their own very unique and genuine way, how they(you) are there for me. The strength I have gathered from all of you has helped me with my grief. But more then that, it will be a constant reminder that we all have people who support us, even at our darkest hour.
With the utmost gratitude…Dwayne

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